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The average delay in superannuation funds and their insurers dealing with a total and permanent disability (TPD) claim is around two years, according to the Australian Institute of Actuaries. The Institute has used its submission to the Productivity Commi

Why TPD claims take two years to manifest

The Actuaries Institute has expressed concern that the average delay in superannuation funds and their insurers dealing with total and permanent disability claims is two years.

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